The 31.06 metre motor yacht Aria.S has been sold by Marco Fodale at Fraser, with Bariş Erer from B&C Marine representing the buyer.
Developed in collaboration with Francesco Guida, she was built in GRP by Italian yard Arcadia Yachts and delivered in 2016 as the first in the yard’s Arcadia 100 series. Her semi-displacement hull was developed by the National Physical Laboratory in the UK
Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins, with the owner’s suite forward on the main deck offering 180-degree views out to sea and opening directly onto a private sun deck at the bow. Two VIP cabins and two guest cabins are located on the lower deck, with en-suite bathrooms characterised by splashes of Ferrari Rosso red.
The superstructure features large glass panels fitted with photovoltaic cells sandwiched between two layers of glazing. The power generated from these can be used to power all of the electrical systems on board, except for the air conditioning system.
The main saloon benefits from large glass panels that contribute to the single, bright and airy space. Ample seating is provided by two large sofas and four dedicated armchairs, with a formal dining table for eight situated aft. Sliding doors and fold-out terraces on either side can transform this area into a patio at sea.
The flybridge can convert into a sky lounge with glass panels rising out of the bulwarks, completely sealing off this air-conditioned area.
Twin 1,000hp MAN V8 power her to a top speed of 18 knots.
Aria.S was asking €5,500,000.